posted on Sep, 12 2011 @ 07:28 PM
reply to post by captiva
I was hoping for more response, but it's rude to ask something like this and then just leave so I'll share my theory. It's probably nothing but my
mind works in odd ways sometimes in drawing connections between disparate bits of information. Bear with me a for a sec here.
What got me started thinking here was the passing nature of what I smelled and what other people smelled. It came and it went fairly quickly and then
just gone like it hadn't been there. I realize some are near something else generating a near constant odor, but for others it's been a couple
So, I sat back and wondered what could generate transient odors which sometimes repeat, sometimes don't and are (apparently) being noticed in areas
all over the world. Well, the only answer I could come up with as a source is the sky. One thought led to another and I found myself looking at photos
of the Phoenix Lights sightings (The major event...not the lanterns and flares hoaxers have done several times since) and the sheer size these things
A story on here just a few days ago showed video of 'breaking technology' to visually cloak a full size tank in an open field, so the fact these
would rarely be seen wouldn't be a surprise with a number of generations beyond what the public just saw. Okay...So maybe there would be 'craft'
large enough to smell if they'd been somewhere with a strong and distinct odor. Where would crafts some have estimated at a mile or more in size have
been that would leave a very strong odor....visual camouflage or not?
That was the basis for my question...and perhaps I keyed on something about the thread for a story seen years ago, but there is something about Space
that apparently everyone whose been there describe as very strong, distinct and unforgettable. Kinda like burned gunpowder/sulphur/ozone...but not
quite. It's apparently very strong on anything that has been in the vacuum for any length of time.
Smell of Space
For the sake of argument lets leave UFO's entirely out of it beyond saying these are likely Military craft not some kind of invasion fleet.
are other things that crossed my mind though...like the noises people are hearing in different areas of the world that seem to some from nowhere and
everywhere at once. What would it sound like if a craft that enormous blew vents or something similar while in a low hover, essentially parked?
Someone had also posted a video here recently showing clouds moving over and around a large circular area. Well, that one was a natural thing...but
there are dozens of similar videos and more than a couple looked like more than what the natural explanations describe it should be.
Anyway... Thanks for humoring me with a reply on my rather curious question. The lack of anyone else relating to the smell as I tried to describe it.
without a link to bias the answer, tells me it was nothing but more practice in researching things in all likelihood. Still though...It would have
been downright tacky not to finish my thought once started like I did.